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THK HAHKK DAILY TIJ.KS. 1JAUUK. VT.. SATURDAY. OCTOHKU 20. 1912.
New Garimentts ffor Fall audi Wimttcr Now Mere 2 And right smart and chic they look. It is this distinguished "custom made" look that always renders our garments so superior in appearance to the ordinary kind. The feature advantage of buying a garment of us it that it is exclusive in design, which is something to be con sidered when purchasing a coat or suit. You can't po wrong when you buy right, and the right time to buy here is right now. Mt at 12.50 Very handsome models and right up-to-date materials, in serges, diagonals and mixtures, a fine quality, satin lined, ain tailored. TALK OF THE TOWN Pi ' Jin (WW ' ; m ' mm'' Suits at 10.00 Here at this price you can find an exceptional value for the money an All-wool Suit, sponged and shrunk, lined with a good quality satin and button trimmed, navy, brown and black. Special at 15.00 Here you can find a big line of these Suits. We are running spe cials at the above prices. Materials such as serge, mixtures, and whip cords. You should sec these values before purchasing elsewhere. - You can find a complete assortment of the better grades from $18.00 to $35.00. Exceptional values in our Coats from $7.98 up to $30.00. Bath Robe Season Here Ladies' Bath Robes made from the Beacon Bath Robe Blankets with border and silk cords to match, from $3.50 to 5.98 Children's Bath Robes (4 to 12 years) from 1.50 to 2.25 Long Flannelette Robes from .. 1.25 to 2.98 Crepe Kimonos from 1.00 to 2.98 Silk Kimonos from 3.98 to 7.50 Ladies, our old Suits are moving fast at the prices quoted last week. Come in and see these bargains. THE HOMER FITTS COMPANY New Home Sewing Machines Pee .Miliott'i Pattirdny aale. New art imrc ami ruga at Ilnlu'i. 8e our special suits at $10.00. 1'ittH' Stilo of fwpittrr Siiturduy at Tliu Vaiiglian Store. Ppeeial nricea on nilk and wool dresses, I l imn Niiitwaist House. Hongknit sweaters in red, green, nnvy, white a tul gray at Abbott a. Special valuea in sheeU and pillow Mips at J'erry on Saturday., Sale Saturday Ncckwenr. ribbons and shopping bag. At V minium's. O. F. Join's of Chelsea was among the business, visitors in the city yesterday. For Salo A seeond-liand organ in ex cullcnt condition. A bargain for $10. (ri't one of those serge dresses at Ab bott's, if you want a good fitting dress. Homer Holilen of Brookfield was among the business visitors in the city ' to-day. Mrs. Churchill has just received a full line of all the latest designs in art goods. 33 Merchant street. TALK OF THE TOWN New pianos at Hale's. See Abbott's Saturday sale. If. E. Weeks returned yesterday to his home in Boston, after passing a week in the city on business connected with the Hosier Safe company. William W. LeCasse, the young son of Airs. William LeCasse of School street, left last night for" St. Johns, I Q., where he will attend school. TALK OF THE TOWN Mr. and Mrs. f. A. Collins of Laconia, X. II.', arrived in the city yesterday for a business visit of several days. Harry Skerritt of 0 Farwell street left tin's forenoon for Lakeport, X. II., where he will make a short visit with relative. Mrs. K. S. Banks, who has been visit ing relatives in Barre and Montpelier for the past three weeks, will leave to night for her home in Worcester, Mass. UNDERTAKERS Licensed Embalmers NIGHT OR DAY CALLS . YV1LLRECE1VH PROMPT ATTENTION PERRY & NOONAN Depot Square, Telephones, 425-1-2-3 TALK OF THE TOWN See our outing robes for $1.00 at Fitts. See the $3.30 silk waists at $2.69 'at Vaughan's. At 60e each, a sale of house dresses at Perry's on Saturday. R. S. Currier of Park street, county supervisor of roads, whs a visitor to-day in Marshlield and Pluiiilield. Cassius Batchelder returned to Lanes boro last evening, after passing a few days in the city as the guest of friends. Mrs. Charles Buck returned this morning to her home in West Lebanon, X. II., after spending several day with friends in the city. Frank Ashline arrived in this citv v-es- tordav from Jelferaonville and will visit at the home of Klmer Belville of Park street for a few days. Miss Jane Wntkins of Summer street left yesterday afternoon for Hoxbury, where she will remain over the week-end as the guest of friends. The condition of Arthur George of West street, who underwent an opera tion at the City hospital yesterday, was reported favorable tins morning. Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Oibbs, who have been visiting relatives in South Darre for the past two weeks, returned yes terday to their liome in Heading, Mass. Thomas Ingram, the Bugbee avenue man who narrowly escaped death by electrocution Thursday night, was able to leave the City hospital yesterday af ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Thwing. formerly of this city, who have been making their home in Essex Junction for some time. have moved to St. Albans. Mr. Thwing will continue in the railway service. Dr. E. M. Feltus, who has been spend ing several days in the city on business, left this morning for Burlington, where lie will make a short visit w ith relatives before returning to his home in Beebe Plains, P. Q. Harry A. Lillicran, a well known Ver mont granite dealer, who has been spending several days in Barre, returned yesterday to his home in Concord, Vt. where he is engaged in the granite man- utaeturuig business. Benjamin Prestini and Morgan Hatch of Maple avenue returned yesterday from a few days' trip into Vait-ficld and Favston gathering cattle. The two succeeded in gathering a herd of thirty and drove them to purchasers in this vicinity. Mrs. Mary Parker, who has been visit ing in this city at the home of Mrs. John Kennedy of Merchant street for the past few weeks, left this morning for Lewiston, Me., where she will visit for a few days before returning to her home at Bangor. Angie Jolmdro of Barre lias been granted a divorce from Frank Jolmdro, also of Barre, on the ground of intol erable severity, the petition having been heard at the present term of court. Thev were married in Barre on Decem ber ' 20, 10dl. From 12 to 15 acres of land about one and one-half miles from the city nearj the Douglas Rohen farm; one acre of tillage, balance woodland; estimated 300 THE SABBATH AND WORSHIP One Day of Rest in Seven Needed to Keep Man at Highest Point of Efficiency Worship Als Necessary. "Ye shall keep my sabbath and rev erence my sanctuary: I am Jehovah,' UV. 111:30. Since wo may tint have any public meetings for worship to-morrow, it will to spend e have 30 umbrellas, the $1.00 kind, to 300 run wood; land lavs well. A t Vaughan's. ' go iFAL .o ATS! to be sold at 73c each, at Vaugh W. S. Sayles of Boston arrived in the citv yesterday for a business visit of several days. Ernest W. C.onevo of Dallas. Tex., ar rived in the citv last night for a visit of several da vs. C. F. Sjnith returned home this morn ing from Xortli Fayston, where ho con ducted an auction sale of the Marble property yesterday. Alfred A. Lamorey, who has been ab sent on a trip through Maine on bus iness connected with the Adler Cloth ing company, arrived in the city this morning from Boston for a few days' visit with his family on ClilT street. John A. Kurtz and Joseph A. Feeley, memliers of the faculty at (ioddard sem inary, went this morning to Burlington, where they will witness the football game between the university of Ver mont and Springjleld training school. It will be Vermont's last home game. good piece of land to buy and muke a dollar on. Price low for immediate sale. The D. A. Perry Real Estate Agency, Barre, Vt. Ciovanni Catto of Sivth stret re turned to his home from the City hospi tal to-day, after several days' confine ment as the result of injuries which he sustained in an accident at the Presbrey Coykendall Co.'s plant on the Oalo farm early in the week. Mr. Catto's condi tion is-much improved, although he will not return to work for a few days. I have a car of hand-picked Lake On tario Baldwins, shipped in bulk, due in Barre Oct. "21. These apples will be sold by your home dealers, who will have samples of them for your inspection at their stores. (Jive them your order and have them delivered direct from car. The fancy No. 1 in barrels, out of this same orchard, will arrive about Oct. 30, Sid ney E. SpatTord, dealer in fruit and produce. Wholesale onlv. Positively no goods retailed. Wc arc showing one of the most complete lines 'of Fall Hats for men and boys to be found in the city. Lamson and Hubbard and John B. Stetson Hats Soft Hats from - - $1.00 to $4.00 Stiff Hats from - - $1.50 to $3.50 A shape to fit all heads and a color to suit all tastes. Sec our window display. il BAraNGPOWDER bo well for us to spend some tune in rellectiou and meditation. I desire, therefore, to call attention to some of the fundamental principles that under lie the keeping of the sabbath and the worship of (!t id. Many people liave an idea that the practice of keeping a day and worshiping God is a purely arbitrary matter, which may or may not be engaged in, just as men prefer, and without any special harm resulting from the neglect. In this little, dissertation, I want to disabuse your mind of any such idea, and to set forth theso things in their true light and bearing. I. TIm Sabbath. This is not an in stitution based upon an arbitrary com mand, but on an eternal law, winch is written in the very constitution of the universe, both animate and inanimate; and no man canW'ith impunity neglect I lie law of the sabbath (rest) pre cedes the practice of worship. It oper ated long before there was a man to worship or who desired to worship. It wns not onlv "made for man"; it was made before man the wise provision of the Creator for man. The order was not a .divine command to worship and then to provide a day for that worship; the day came first. It is true here as everywhere, "that U not first which is spiritual, but that which is natural; then that which is spiritual." One of the earliest laws that man discovered (man never makes laws; he always discovers them) was the law of rest. It was quite impossible that he should not discover it, for he found that he became weary and exhausted by exertion and had to stop. When he had etased for a while he found that his strength returned and he could go on. By observation he discovered that this was not only true of himself, but of ev erything else; that this was the way things act a law of their nature. By a caretul observation of nis experience, ho gradually discovered just how much rest he needed to keep himself from be ing weary. (To-day he would any, to keep himself at the highest point of efficiency.) It was no doubt after many experi ences, both sad and jovtul, that lie learned that man needs, in addition to the rest of the night, one whole day in seven to keep this "highest point of effi ciency. And so w e came naturally and J inevitably to the institution of the sab bath. And is it not, though coming this way. as much the eternal law of God as if he had spoken it in audible words from some overshadowing cloud? II. Worship. What is the relation bf the worship of God to this! A very nat ural and essential relation. Having learned that the sablmth (rest) is neces saryone day in seven, the question arises how to best spend this day. How shall it be made to contribute most to man's well-being! Does it make any difference how he spends it? By a long and often hitter experience, man learned that he must not only "keep mv sabbaths," but that he must also ! "reverence my sanctuary ; in other words, he learned that the worship of j God, which proceeds not from an arbi- I trary command extraneous to him, but from his verv henrt and life, made the day the most serviceable to him made it contribute the ,mot possible toward keeping him up to "the highest point of efficiency. Thus it came about that the day be came a (lay ot worship, it was uiiou with thoughts of God, which inspire and uplift, and which help mightily toward re-establishing the proper physical con dition after the wearing labor of the six days; and so there gradually grew up the practice of public worship, which is so common to-dav that we scarcely stop to consider it. let alone appreciate it, save, perhaps, m circumstances like the present, when we are denied the privilege. History bears witness to the fact that this is the best way to spend the day. A tree is known by its fruit. Xo one who is conversant with history can deny the fact that it lias been the men and women, the world over, and through all the past ages, who have so spent it, who have contributed practically everything which has entered into the progress of humanity. The men who spend the day in idleness or in dissipation are not the ones who are inspiring humanity or en gaged in efforts which are tending to lift up and bless the world; it is rather the men who are. keeping the sabbath and worshiping God out of sincere and hon est hearts. Therefore, "ye" of to-dav, as of the long-ago time "shall keep my sabbaths, and reverence mv sanctuary: I am Je hovah." ,T. W. Barnett. Pastor Barre Congregational Church. HOUSE DRESSES AND WRAPPERS Wc have just received our fall line of Ideal House . Dresses and Wrappers. There are many new styles in Ginghams and Percales ready for your inspection SI. 00, 1.25, 1.35, 1.50, 1.98 Notice our display in show windows. Complete line of Royal Flannelette Undergarments for you to select from. Remember our Coat and Suit special, $15.00 and $16.50 garments for only 13.00 YOU WILL FIND IT PAYS TO TRADE HERE. - I HENRY W. KNIGHT: Barre, Vt. Successor to Vcale hi Knight. :;;:;n;;n:::nx;::u:::;:u:i:;n;in:t;n;::nnn;:n:n;uRny;;::n::n;n;nu:t:;n;:) i The Union Label On your Suit or Overcoat is a guarantee that they were manufactured under sanitary conditions. They are made in' clean, light, roomy, airy, sunny shops by intelligent, expert craftsmen for whose comfort and health and well being,, every provision has been made. We are showing an unusually large variety of Suits and Overcoats that have THE UNION LABEL OUR STORE IS THOROUGHLY FUMIGATED. UNION CLOTHING COMPANY Depot Square, 'Phone 1 23-W, Barre, Vt. A STITCH IN TIME SAVES NINE FRESH VACCINE AND SHIELDS have just been received by 0. F, DAVIS, "The Druggist", 262 North Main St, SHOES We must just say a word about our Shoe department. We take great pride in saying that we have the snap piest and most up-to-date line of men's, boys' and children's Shoes in the city. Ask to see the "REED SHOES" at $3 to 3.50 Work Shoes, $1.50 to $3.50. SUITS and OVERCOATS We specialize the W. S. PECK & CO.'s celebrated Hand-made Clothes for Young Men, Middle-aged Men, Conservative Men and Business Men at any price from S10.00 to 25.00 Dudley, brands in FINED $300 FOR SELLING. I The Frank McWhorter Company f AbsolutelyPure Cooking under modern methods and con veniences is made so attractive the whole family is becoming interested. "These biscuits are delicious; this cake is excellent," says the father. " I made them," says the daughter, and both father and" daughter beam with pleasure. Royal Baking Powder has made home baking a success, a pleasure and a profit, and the best cooking today the world over is done with its aid. Louis J. Nichols Arraigned in Chitten den County Court. Burlington. Oct. 2t. Louis .1. Nichols came into Chittenden county court yes terday and pleaded not guilty to selling liquor without a license, lie was nned t.Wi and costs of N.."i. which he paid. In the case of Graham Wilson, who wag before the court on the charge of sell ing illegally, hail was furnished of .21M1. ticorge Trait Co. vs. Knosburg Falls graded school district was entered as settled and discontinued. The ease of Ressie I.ee Scovillo vs. Waiter G. Scoville and trustee, the Mer chants' National bunk of this rity, was Jicided for plaintifT late Thursday after noon to recover $!'3.2. and her cots. The action was one in which plaintitf, a resident of .Arizona, smiht satisfaction on a judgment of a court of that state giving her alimony in divorce proceed ings against her husband, the principal defendant in the ease here. The plaintiff brought a petition in the ! court of Arizona in l!Hi. alleging abu- ; e and cruel treatment- A divorce . mas granted and an order made for the ! payment of counsel fees and a , month fr child support. The husband ,' left the ngion and nothing was paid by ; him. It uKsxiuentlv developed that i Scoille" mother had died, leaving prop- j ertv t" him. The tnoner under an order i from lh lite .fudge Hincham. was trus teed ad placed in the Merchant's bank i and later nt;r ervcd on th husband. ! SWEATERS Nox-all, Warm-knit and all the leading Shaker Weave with stylish Byron Collars, Auto Collars, Military Collars or Sailors', any price from 50c to $8.50. In beautiful shades, crimson, green, oxford, brown or blue. Give us a call to day or to-morrow. F. E. CUTTS & COMPA1W, NEXT DOOR TO DREAMLAND. Talaphona 344-W i t i i t l Barr. Vermont. If you haven't all the V .1 business you want,aaver- ) tise in The Times il n rcl jirevcntainc ior mai;po i t rat sparingly, chew tbi ami smoke Indr' 1'ur Latct" cgtr, 5 cents, o:d everywhere. AJvt JUST ARRIVED New stock Pocket Electric Flash Lights and Batteries. i C. W. AVERILL & CO. SO-II Berth Maia Street, Telephone 439-W. Barre, TermrpL